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Video Game: Wolfenstein: The New Order

"While I was gone, they set the world on fire. It wasn't a war anymore: it was a remaking. Some losses are inevitable. Some... unthinkable. Now they've built a new world. Armies of steel and thunder. They're rewriting history. But they forgot about me."
BJ Blazkowicz, announcement trailer

Wolfenstein: The New Order is an upcoming entry to the Wolfenstein series, developed by Machine Games.

It is 1946 and World War II still rages on. B. J. Blazkowicz develops amnesia from an injury sustained in the line of duty and spends the next 14 years in an insane asylum. When he recovers, he finds that the worst has happened: the Nazis have won the war and now rule the world with incredibly advanced technology. Blazkowicz joins a La Résistance group in London in an attempt to make things right... but how can he win a war that's already been lost?

Check the character sheet. Not to be confused with the seminal British indie band.

Confirmed recurring tropes from the series include:

The game contains examples of:

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